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On a purely subjective level, we can understand why you might view the DS 9 as a refreshing alternative to the big-selling German alternatives. Sadly, the reality is that those alternatives are better to drive, have more user-friendly infotainment systems and make more sense financially for most buyers.
The trimSee full equipment
This premium trim level gives you ventilated front seats with a massage function and a 360-degree camera system, but the less expensive Performance Line is better value overall.
The engineSee full engine specs
This entry-level plug-in hybrid version isn't exactly quick and can't even manage 30 miles on pure battery power. For that reason, it doesn't impress for company car tax. We'd recommend waiting for the forthcoming E-Tense 250 if you're set on a DS 9.
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